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MUS 6 HARMONY IV

4 Units - 4 hours lecture
Transfers: CSU, UC
Prerequisite: MUS 5  
This course studies harmony of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries focusing on different techniques including ninth, eleventh, and thirteen chords; Impressionism; church modes, altered harmony; secundal and quartal harmony; polychord construction and polytonal concepts; twelve-tone system; minimalism; chance music; neotonalism; and sound mass. Students are required to compose short musical fragments and complete presentations on composers who developed these topics and/or compose pieces of music involving one or more of these techniques. Musicianship (ear training, dictation, keyboard harmony, and sight-singing) is included. This course is required of all music majors. C-ID: MUS 150. NR



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